Hey mama, are you a fellow overachiever who wants to make sure every item on your baby registry is a high-quality, non-toxic, top-rated product that will work perfectly for your family?
Then I’m really glad you’re here.
I know what it’s like to want the best for your baby and as someone who over-analyzed every decision I made about my own baby registries, I know exactly what you’re going through.
In theory, you want to keep it simple.
But figuring out what you actually need for your baby is really hard… and time-consuming.
You’ve laid in bed with your phone until the late hours of the morning researching nearly every baby product on the market, and you’ve read thousands of reviews on Amazon trying to narrow down your options.
And now, after all that research, you feel less certain than ever about which choices to make.
You’re wishing that someone you trust would just give you a ready-made list of baby products to get you started.
But who can you trust? You’ve already made the mistake of asking your mom for her opinion.
As soon as you started talking about organic cotton, she rolled her eyes and reminded you that your sheets weren’t made of organic cotton and you were “just fine.”
Deciding whether you’d go with cloth diapers or disposable was hard enough… but choosing exactly which diapers will be safe, comfortable, affordable and absorbent… well, let’s just say it’s overwhelming.
And that’s only one of the many choices you need to make before your registry can go live.
Take a deep breath, mama. It’s gonna be okay.
Your baby registry is just one of the many important choices you’ll make in the years to come.
And for every choice you make, you’ll hear plenty of opinions about exactly what you should do.
But YOU are the mama now, and no matter what anyone else says, you are allowed to over-analyze and over-research.
You are allowed to want the safest and best products for your baby.
You are allowed to ignore everyone else’s opinion.
You are allowed to step up and take charge.
You are your baby’s best advocate, and only you will know what’s right.
That’s exactly why you DON’T need a generic checklist filled with conventional baby products to add to your registry.
You need a guide that will help you eliminate unnecessary research and focus on the products that are right for your growing family!